Preston v Liverpool: Watch a Live Stream of the pre-season friendly [Preview]
- July 17, 2014
After losing 2-1 to Brondby in their first pre-season fixture, Liverpool head to Deepdale on Saturday to take on League One side Preston on their home turf.
Bet365 are showing Preston v Liverpool live, legal and straight onto your computer via 101 Great Goals.
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This is the second successive season that North End have welcomed the Reds in pre-season, with Liverpool claiming a 4-0 win last summer in the ‘Shankly Shield’, to remember the great Bill Shankly who spent 16 years at Preston before creating one of England’s greatest ever sides with Liverpool.
Although Liverpool lost in Denmark on Wednesday, the likes of Jordan Ibe, Jon Flanagan and Philippe Coutinho all have moments of quality, which manager Brendan Rodgers will hope to see more of against Preston.
Some of the Liverpool youngsters may also get another run out, including 16-year-old Adam Phillips, who made his Liverpool first team debut against Brondby.
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